Lizzie Post’s Shocking Attempt to Mainstream and Gentrify Marijuana

The battle to make marijuana use a part of daily life continues. The latest manifestation comes from an unexpected quarter – the world of etiquette. Etiquette books have been around for at least three hundred … Continue reading

Can History Cast Doubt on the Evidence of Global Warming?

A recent article in Commentary informs its readers that, “there has been no increase in average temperatures in the continental United States over the last 14 years…. If anything, overall temperatures are slightly cooler than … Continue reading


This is How Society Will Normalize Cannibalism

Dostoevsky once said, “If God didn’t exist, everything is possible.” There is wisdom in his observation since, without God, there would be nothing to serve as the ultimate reference for human acts. The eternal law … Continue reading

This Is the Ahmari-French Debate That Should Have Happened

If you ask those who attended the debate between Sohrab Ahmari and David French at Catholic University, who won the encounter, you will get different answers. Some will say David French displayed superior legal knowledge … Continue reading

New and Failed Socialist Solutions to Housing Problems

A prized asset of the left is what might be called willing amnesia. Americans tend to have limited memories. Except for cataclysmic events like 9/11,  anything that happened more than five years ago recedes into … Continue reading

Just When You Think McDonald’s Couldn’t Get More Mechanical…

The idea behind fast food is speed and efficiency. When it comes to fast-food chains, McDonald’s is always on the cutting edge of getting people fed quickly—too quickly, some say. In the rush to gobble … Continue reading

Five Reasons Why Eating Meat is Good and Virtuous

According to Business Insider, governments are weighing the idea of taxing meat just as alcohol and tobacco products are taxed. This new “sin” tax would turn the routine task of eating meat into a vice … Continue reading

To Really Live You Must Nearly Die: Sgt. Maj. John Canley

John Canley knew he wanted to be a Marine when he was only thirteen years old. He and his older brother L.J. went to see the movie Sands of Iwo Jima starring John Wayne. He … Continue reading

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